Category Archives: ENB2 – Language & Gender

That Barbie question paper

Is here

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Save the OED!

Well, there’s little chance that the Oxford English Dictionary itself, possibly the world’s greatest work of reference, will go to the wall. But our access to it is under threat. I was told today that the school’s subscription will not … Continue reading

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Gender wars

Any thoughts on this recent (American) article? It’s fairly anecdotal rather than research based, but I think it’s quite interesting in the light of today’s discussion in Y12 Language class.

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